Technology Enhanced Learning: How to Guides and Video Resources

Learning and Teaching enhancement should always be the driving force for technology use, however sometimes you may just need to know how to perform technical steps to progress.

This area will focus purely on the step by step guides that are required to support your use of technology for our four core technologies.

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ePortfolios - Myportfolio (Mahara) How to guides and videos

This is the UEL student centered system that allows you to build your E-Portfolio. This area provides you with a range of How-to-guides on topics such as; (How to log on and navigate, what content to add to the e-portfolio, how to display content and share it with others, creating groups) and finding out more about what you can do with groups.

Primary Instructor: Kevin Pike, Jonathan Tulloch

Moodle - UEL's Virtual Learning Environment

It is the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) used at the University of East London (UEL). This area offers you tips and how-to-guides on topic such as; (How does Moodle work, How can you use it for assessments, How do you add activities, teaching and learning resources to my course, How can I set up a Mid-Year Evaluation, How can I track my students progress) including how to get started.

Primary Instructor: Kevin Pike, Jonathan Tulloch

Turnitin

This is an originality checking and plagiarism prevention software used by students and teachers.  This area contains information on submission guidelines, how-to-guides on topics such as; (setting up links that students can submit to, marking students work, exporting grades to a spreadsheet, formative peer marking, anonymous submissions) and much more.

Primary Instructor: Kevin Pike, Jonathan Tulloch

Video Capture - Leaving Panopto

A video management software tool which is integrated with Moodle and available to all UEL lecturers for lecture capturing, flipped classrooms and assessments purposes to name a few. This area contains support videos including How-to-guides offering information on (how to install Panopto on various computers and devices, recording and uploading videos, preparing Moodle courses for Panopto uploads, how to allow students to submit their own videos) plus lots more.

Primary Instructor: Kevin Pike, Jonathan Tulloch